one of my favorite apparel companies from way back. you probably recognize it as calvin klein, izod. van housen housen, bass shoes. it's the perfect mix of retail and wholesale. in addition to making products and licensing out its own brands, it also licenses and makes other clothes, makes clothes for other brands. geoffrey beene, kenneth cole, bcbg, michael kors, joseph abboud, among others. if you're wearing a shirt, i mean if you have something on, there's a good chance it was made by pvh. last wednesday pvh reported a blowout quarter, a true blowout quarter, and raised guidance. it should be up huge from where it was before it reported. i mean, that's what should happen, right? $42.29 when the stock reported. it's down 50 cents since then. makes no sense to me. that's right. i still think this stock is cheap enough. even though pvh is just a couple points off its 52-week high, it's up 7.5% since i recommended the stock at $38.88 back on january 28th of 2008. while the s&p 500's down over 18%.